The Earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof, the world and all who live in it - Psalm 24:1
Season of Creation
Pilgrim people follow the Season of Creation each year, as do many churches now around the world.
In 2004 Pilgrim was one of many churches that trialled the worship materials developed by our friend, Prof Norm Habel from St Stephen's Lutheran Church just up the road, with support from the Uniting Church in Melbourne. We have celebrated each year since.
Pilgrim Community Garden
In collaboration with the Adelaide City Council, Pilgrim has established a Community Garden at the rear of the church. The produce is shared with the community. The theme is:"Connecting Spirit and Source"..
- A Rocha
A Rocha is an international Christian nature conservation organisation.
- Australian Religious response to Climate Change
is is a multi-faith network committed to taking the action on this most pressing issue of our time.
- Season of Creation
There is growing concern in Christian communities about the ecological crisis and the way human beings are treating God's Earth. Planet Earth is in peril. All creation is suffering. By concentrating our worship on God's creation and our relationship with creation, we can seek ways to heal rather than exploit creation.
- National Energy Efficiency Network
NEEN (National Energy Efficiency Network) is supporting faith-based & not-for-profit community organisations in meeting the challenge of a low carbon, sustainable future by providing FREE access to:
- Energy efficiency information- relevant to the broader needs of the not-for-profit sector and tailored to unique industry profiles
- Audit tools and resources that inform and support change at an operational level
- Uniting Earthweb
Uniting Churcg people building connections between ecology and Christian faith through theological study, the arts, worship and practical projects and campaigns.
- Sustainable Communities SA
A local community initiative.
Panel left: In Joppa there was a woman named Tabitha, who was believer
(Her name in Greek is Dorcas, meaning "a deer") She spent all her time doing good and helping the poor.
(The Bible - Acts 9:36)